Casting a wide net in its bid to satisfy growing demand for more fuel-efficient engines and drivetrains, Chrysler Group is increasing the reach of its diesel and hybrid technologies. The auto maker says it will, “in the next few years,” offer a mild hybrid powertrain in one of its vehicles, while also promising to expand availability of its “two-mode” full hybrid system, scheduled to debut next year on the ’08 Chrysler Aspen and Dodge Durango SUVs. In addition, the ’09 Jeep Grand ...

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